Summary and Info
The internet is becoming increasingly important as a reference tool, with many students using it as their first choice of resource material. However, as the scope of the internet grows, so does the need for a concise, accessible guide to help students access, manage and cirrectly cite online resource material. Biosciences on the Internet: A Student's Guide is aimed specifically at students in the biological sciences, providing them with practical information and support to help identify good, reliable information, and guidance in administering the organisation of their searches.This simple guide will help bioscience students to access the information they need on the internet and help to make the most efficient and effective use of their time online. Starting with an overview of the origins and history of the internet, subsequent chapters look at accessing relevant websites, how to record and organise material, how to recognise copyright and pagiarism issues and how to evaluate and navigate round websites. Information is also given on how to construct personal websites.This book will be invaluable to all undergraduate students within the biological sciences who are looking for a practical guide to using the internet in support of their course assignments.Biosciences on the Internet: A Student's Guide: * is a friendly, comprehensive guide providing bioscience undergraduates with practical advice on sourcing, retrieving and utilising information on the internet * includes numerous images and illustration to help students grasp key concepts and navigate successfully through the text * offers a supplementary website, including relevant links
More About the Author
Dussartius baeticus is a species of crustacean in the family Diaptomidae. It is endemic to the Iberian Peninsula, having been found in south-eastern Spain, and in the waters of the Tagus estuary, the Caniçada reservoir (Cávado drainage basin), and four reservoirs in the Mondego system in Portugal.
Review and Comments
Rate the Book
Biosciences on the Internet: A Student’s Guide 0 out of 5 stars based on 0 ratings.